Brighton Festival news: Visual artist Morag Myerscough previously worked with us in 2018, on the community ‘Belonging’ artists…
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Visual artist Morag Myerscough previously worked with us in 2018, on the community ‘Belonging’ bandstand on the seafront and was invited to make a bold new artwork to amplify the essential need for art in our lives. ‘Art is our expression and our sunlight, artwork can be seen on Brighton Dome’s New Road hoardings. If you’re in town, keep an eye out and tag us using #BringBackBrightonDome
Big thank you to Nik the Brush and all the volunteers involved in painting the artwork!
Huge thanks to local cultural agency Creative Giants Art for supporting us and Morag Myerscough by connecting us with Dulux and helping bring this wonderful project to life.
The hoarding project has been supported by Dulux Trade Paint Expert & Dulux Decorator Centre as part of the #TrueColours social movement which celebrates acts of kindness that are adding colour to people’s lives.
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